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Design in interior architecture/design and “the real life”
(Texas A & M - Commerce, 2016)
The Interior Architecture/Design is a process of dreaming and thinking. It is one of the most heart warming, and on the other hand, most uplifting of professions; “we have lots of things in our minds”, and having them ...
Leisure in the Turkish context: a preliminary account
The literature on leisure has been dominated by Western examples until recently. Some recent accounts of non-Western cases provide a different and richer context for understanding leisure. This study is an attempt to reveal ...
The role of schemas in understanding places
Experiencing the real-scale: mock-up of a set design project
This paper (1) claims that in spite of the unique opportunities introduced to design learning by the emergence of virtual models, the benefits of learning through building in real-scale cannot be totally disregarded. Within ...
At the threshold of architecture
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2001-05)
In structuring the programme of our interior design studio, we questioned two assumptions that are central to the discourse of modern architecture: the site being empty of its unique traits, images, stories; and the user ...
(The MIT Press, 2000-04)
A framework for web-based education systems supporting interdisciplinary design education
Web-based educational systems are promising applications to enhance design education. Although the advantages of such systems have been discussed in the literature extensively, few studies in the field have used them ...
A framework for the design studio in web‐based education
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2001-10)
Design education should integrate design concepts and skills with practical and theoretical knowledge through collaborative learning. Computer‐mediated communication systems used in web‐based education systems are quite ...
Wayfinding in an unfamiliar environment: different spatial settings of two polyclinics
The purpose of this article is to explore spatial orientation and wayfinding behavior of newcomers in an unfamiliar environment and to emphasize the importance of landmarks and spatial differentiation in the acquisition ...
Learning styles of design students and the relationship of academic performance and gender in design education
The study focuses on design education using Experiential Learning Theory (ELT) and explores the effects of learning styles and gender on the performance scores of freshman design students in three successive academic years. ...